John Feeney Charitable Trust

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Introduction

Eligibility

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Terms & conditions

FAQs

Eligibility

Who we will fund

The Trustees will give priority to applications from charitable organisations operating in the fields of the arts, music, heritage and open spaces.

Organisations must be based in or have a working presence in the City of Birmingham, or be administering an open space near Birmingham.

Trustees will seek to give grants to organisations where they feel that the grant, whatever its size, will have a significant impact.

Applications will normally only be considered from registered charities.

Who we will not fund

Applications will not be accepted:

  • From organisations which do not directly benefit the Birmingham area or Birmingham charitable organisations
  • From organisations which have political objectives
  • From organisations which are denominational in character and seek to promote religion
  • From individuals, except in the case of Feeney Fellowships.

Other funding bodies

If you are not eligible you could try these other directories and funding bodies:

Association of Charitable Foundations
Directory of Social Change
European Funding
Funder Finder
Government Funding
National Lottery Funding

City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Violins
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Violins
Photo credit CBSO/ Adrian Burrows

Martineau Gardens
Martineau Gardens


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